Scenery Storage


Ok, so this week I produced another half dozen of my scenery pieces mounted on CDs as I have described previously. Now where am I going to store them – cheap but still fragile I don’t just want them lying around. I’m also tidying the playroom up so my cleaner can go in there next week.

Yes, half a dozen – not everything I do or make goes on this blog, I like to think I have some quality criteria for the content here ! šŸ˜›

Luckily,I buy some of my food from a local firm that specialies in gourmet foods (yeah, sorry, I don’t live off of pizzas), and they serve up their food in large boxes (usually 12 portions +) in sturdy cardboard boxes about three inches deep.

That are just about right to store scenery in.

They’re obviously stackable, so that means we save room, keep them free from dust and damage and also we can label them according to type. I might even get round to spraying them different colours for easy recognition.

The Byakhees when offered some were eager to have them, so that’s also a vote of confidence. The vendor I deal with was giving them away for free as well. So we save him some trouble of disposing of them, save the environment from yet more damage, and save ourselves some hassle of storing scenery. All in all a good move ! šŸ™‚

2 Responses to Scenery Storage

  1. Byakhee Rich says:

    Good use for the boxes! I found them a bit shallow for storing miniatures (about one and a half trays deep unfortunately) but the made-to-fit 6 CDs size is a nice coincidence.

  2. Yeah I’m not using them to store figures, though conceptually, I could use them tos tore Tanks, which are about 2-3 inches high, so if I got the right K-R foam trays…
    Oh look, I’ve just painted 3 large tanks…hmmm…. šŸ˜‰

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